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Old 01-10-2016, 09:57 AM   #1
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I've got a 96 GT Vert with long tube headers that I have to replace the oil pan because of rust. It has the oil level sensor on the side. I can't find a new oil pan with this sensor. All the oil pans I find are for 96 to 2004 4.6 and don't have provisions for this sensor.


I'd like to keep the oil level sensor functional. I've looked in all the local pick-n-pulls with no luck.


Anyone run across this issue?







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